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Headlong & The Guardian present: Brexit Shorts

Thursday 09 November 2017, 19:00 to 21:00

A screening of short films followed by a conversation led between Guardian journalists John Harris and Chris Wiegand.

The Brexit vote was the single most significant event in UK politics since WW2. What does Brexit mean to you? Headlong and the Guardian have joined forces to explore the temperature of the country. In a series of short films, leading theatre voices reveal individual stories in a divided Britain. Featuring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Penelope Wilton, Meera Syal, Steffan Rhodri, Bronagh Gallagher, Dean Fagan, Nasser Memarzia, Scott Reid and Joanna Scanlan.

Alongside Brexit Shorts, we will also be screening Anywhere but Westminsterfollowing John Harris and John Domokos as they go in search of the country's real politics, far away from the chatter of the Westminster village.

Following the screening there will be joined by John Harris and Chris Wiegand. Please read our recent interview with John Harris here.  

Biographies

John Harris is a British journalist, writer, and critic. He is the author of The Last Party: Britpop, Blair and the Demise of English Rock (2003), So Now Who Do We Vote For? which examined the 2005 UK general election, a 2006 behind-the-scenes look at the production of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, and Hail! Hail! Rock'n'Roll (2009).

He writes regularly for the Guardian about a range of subjects built around politics, popular culture and music

Chris Wiegand is the theatre, comedy and dance editor at the Guardian.


This event has been programmed in collaboration with The Guardian, to accompany Grayson Perry's exhibition at Arnolfini.


Access

Arnolfini is accessible for wheelchair users, with disabled toilets on all levels and lift access to all floors. This event will take place on the ground floor. If you have specific access requirements please email boxoffice@arnolfini.org.uk and we'll do all we can to facilitate. Companions to disabled customers are entitled to a free ticket.


Grayson Perry: The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever! is initiated and organised by the Serpentine Galleries, London.

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